Slicker Than Your Average
Download links and information about Slicker Than Your Average by Craig David. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Electronica, Garage, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop genres. It contains 13 tracks with total duration of 59:34 minutes.
|Genre:||Electronica, Garage, House, Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Dancefloor, Dance Pop|
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|1.||Slicker Than Your Average||5:59|
|2.||What's Your Flava? (Radio Edit)||3:33|
|6.||You Don't Miss Your Water ('Til the Well Runs Dry)||5:20|
|7.||Rise & Fall (Featuring Sting) (featuring Sting)||4:47|
|9.||Hands Up In the Air||4:05|
|10.||2 Steps Back||3:48|
|13.||World Filled With Love||3:44|
The former British teen sensation kicked off his singing career with the stellar Grammy-nominated Born to Do It, which blended 2-step, R&B, and pop. With his second release, Slicker Than Your Average, Craig David shows a different side. While Born to Do It was filled with romantic lyrics, Slicker Than Your Average shares David's feelings about fame, with a small dose of his trademark love songs. On the title track, David takes a stab at those who criticize his "squeaky clean" image and musical style: "Now they're telling me that I'm too R&B/How I turned my back on the whole UK garage scene/Now they're stressing me when/I know there's so much more to see." Broken hearts and playing the field are prominent topics as well. Musically, Slicker Than Your Average is a collage of styles — dance ("What's Your Flava?," "Eenie Meenie," "Fast Cars") and 2-step ("2 Steps Back") as well as R&B/pop ballads ("World Filled With Love" and "Rise & Fall"). "Rise & Fall," a song featuring a guest vocal by Sting, is among the highlights on the album, as are "You Don't Miss Your Water ('Til the Well Runs Dry)," "What's Your Flava?," and the Beatlesque "World Filled With Love," which is filled with soaring harmonies. Slicker Than Your Average is stronger than the average sophomore effort, and it proves that Craig David's abilities are innate.